Rick Warren is unfit to stand behind the pulpit preaching the Word of God. Masquerading as a Christian pastor, he had the audacity to state that the God of the Bible and allah are one in the same. No, "Reverend" Warren, they are not.
I don't need a degree in theology to tell me that he is wrong. All I need to do is read John 14:6 for which there is no reference to allah, none whatsoever:
"Jesus saith unto him, I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father, but by me."
Read of the outrageous statement by Warren from Now the End Begins:
Chrislam’s Rick Warren Partnering With Mosques To Teach That God And Allah Are The Same
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From WND: (OCREGISTER) — 'The Rev. Rick Warren, pastor of Saddleback Church in Lake Forest and one of America’s most influential Christian leaders, has embarked on an effort to heal divisions between evangelical Christians and Muslims by partnering with Southern California mosques and proposing a set of theological principles that includes acknowledging that Christians and Muslims worship the same God.
The effort, informally dubbed King’s Way, caps years of outreach between Warren and Muslims. Warren has broken Ramadan fasts at a Mission Viejo mosque, met Muslim leaders abroad and addressed 8,000 Muslims at a national convention in Washington D.C.
Saddleback worshippers have invited Muslims to Christmas dinner and played interfaith soccer at a picnic in Irvine attended by more than 300 people. (The game pitted pastors and imams against teens from both faiths. The teens won.)
The effort by a prominent Christian leader to bridge what polls show is a deep rift between Muslims and evangelical Christians culminated in December at a dinner at Saddleback attended by 300 Muslims and members of Saddleback’s congregation. source – WND
From Stand Up For The Truth: 'This past Sunday, a major shift was announced by Pastor Rick Warren at his Saddleback Church in Orange County, California, that has many Christian leaders concerned. As Saddleback hosted its ”celebration of Jesus (pbuh),” attended by a number of Muslim communities in Southern California, something theologically significant happened at the dinner portion of the event.
Only a select number of people were invited to the dinner. A document one year in the making was presented which encourages Christians and Muslims to “appreciate the similarities of our faiths.” What does this mean? Is it simply a way to reach out a helping hand to the communities in Southern California, or is something more serious happening?' source – Stand Up For The Truth
I have no problem with him reaching out to Muslims, after all Jesus died to save their souls, just as he did for us infidels. However, if he really cares about Muslims, he needs to tell them the truth. They are deceived by a false god and are headed straight for eternity in hell, and only Jesus Christ can save them.